Stocks do 9 times better with a Democrat in the White House

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    Re: Stocks do 9 times better with a Democrat in the White House

    In Response to Re: Stocks do 9 times better with a Democrat in the White House:
    The reason stocks do better under a Democratic president is that Democrats don't let Wall Street run Ponzi schemes.
    Posted by Kirk6


    Which Republican president(s) allowed Wall Street to run Ponzi schemes?
     
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    The reason stocks do better under a Democratic president is that Democrats don't let Wall Street run Ponzi schemes.
    Posted by Kirk6


    Democrats like Corzine?
     
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    Re: Stocks do 9 times better with a Democrat in the White House

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    In Response to Re: Stocks do 9 times better with a Democrat in the White House : Like the fact that stocks do 9 times better with a Democratic president? Unregulated capitalism is the Mafia. Democrats understand that.
    Posted by Kirk6



    Right.  Because the conservatives top agenda item is to bring anarchy to the financial system.

    I guess you would have to say the converse is true as well.  Liberals want a completely un-free market, distribute all goods through the government.

    I'm beginning to confuse you with BeTool.
     
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    Re: Stocks do 9 times better with a Democrat in the White House

    Maybe I will start a thread saying that the Red Sox do better under republican presidents then democratic presidents.  For that matter, so do the Pats.

    2004 and 2007 World Series - President Bush
    September 2011 - Obama
    2002, 2004, 2005 Superbowls - President Bush
    2012 Superbowl - Obama
     
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    Re: Stocks do 9 times better with a Democrat in the White House

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    WASHINGTON — Fresh evidence indicates that the labor market is continuing to heal and that there's stronger economic growth supporting new hiring than the most obvious numbers might suggest. The Labor Department said Thursday that new claims for unemployment benefits dipped last week to 359,000 — the lowest level since April 2008. Jobless claims have been moving steadily lower in recent weeks amid other signs that the job market is gaining strength. Separately, the Commerce Department said Thursday that its latest tally of the nation's gross domestic product, the total value of goods and services produced, showed a solid 3% annualized increase in the fourth quarter last year. That's unchanged from its previous estimate, but the new report showed gross domestic income — another broad but less commonly cited measure of economic activity — jumped at a much higher annualized rate of 4.4% in that quarter. http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-jobless-claims-gdp-20120330,0,4907206.story
    Posted by Kirk6


    Kirk6:

    Thank you for providing some more economic statistics that help quantify the current state of our economy.

    I am particularly pleased to see the jump in gross domestic income for the 4th quarter of last year.


     
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    In Response to Re: Stocks do 9 times better with a Democrat in the White House : Are you really this dumb? Read my post about derivatives.
    Posted by Kirk6


    Kirk6:

    Even if this poster truly wanted to understand derivatives, I have finally found there are certain posters who really are not here for meaningful political and economic discourse, and it is better to avail yourself of the ignore button, which Boston.com in its wisdom kindly provided.

    I know you have been here a lot longer than I, so it is of course just a suggestion now that I have been here long enough to get to know the regular posters, and of those, which ones you either give up on, or at least, take a break from now and again, and concentrate the time and energy you are going to give to BDC on the other posters.
     
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    Re: Stocks do 9 times better with a Democrat in the White House

    So, Obama was not responsible for the economy, until it got better?

    The stock market is reflecting the resilience of the private sector, that despite the over regulation and pure hate thrown at it from the marxists in office, unlike the the constiuency of these socialists, the free market dusts itself off and gets back to work.

    Imagine what the private sector could do unconstrained by these marxists.  Do we dare dream about 5% unemployment, lower health care costs, abundant oil?

    Which way America?  the Eagle, or the Sun?

    Not in an Obama administration.

     
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